Report Cards (K-5)

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Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, Cambridge-Isanti Schools has adopted Standards-Based grading in Kindergarten through 5th grade.

What does this mean? Standards specify the skills students should know and be able to do by the end of the school year. Your child will be graded based on the level at which they demonstrate proficiency of each standard for each grading term. This provides information about your child's individual strengths and progress towards mastering grade level learning goals, and also shows areas where additional development and support might be needed.

Students will now be graded on a 4-point grading scale based on the standards set for each grade level by the state of Minnesota. In Standards-Based grading, the level at which a student is meeting expectations is a 3. See the table below.

4 = Exceeding expectations     3 = Meeting Expectations  
2 = Partially Meets    1 = Not Yet Demonstrating

 

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For detailed information about the Minnesota Academic Standards:

 
MDE Academic Standards (K-5)

Sample Report Cards and Supporting Documents:

 
Kindergarten Report Card     
Kindergarten Support Document
1st Grade Report Card     
1st Grade Support Document
2nd Grade Report Card     
2nd Grade Support Document
3rd Grade Report Card     
3rd Grade Support Document
4th Grade Report Card     
4th Grade Support Document
5th Grade Report Card     
5th Grade Support Document

Hmong / Spanish Translated Support DocumenTS


Contact the Teaching & Learning Department with questions:

Dr. Brenda Damiani, Director of Teaching & Learning
bdamiani@c-ischools.org
Michelle Glasgow, Curriculum Coordinator
mglasgow@c-ischools.org 
THE MISSION OF CAMBRIDGE-ISANTI SCHOOLS, AS THE LEADER IN INNOVATIVE EDUCATION, OFFERING UNLIMITED OPTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES IS TO DEVELOP WELL-ROUNDED INDIVIDUALS WHO EXCEL IN LEADERSHIP, ACHIEVE AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS, AND ARE RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS THROUGH HIGHLY EFFECTIVE STAFF ADDRESSING THE UNIQUE NEEDS OF EACH INDIVIDUAL IN PARTNERSHIP WITH PARENTS, STUDENTS, AND A UNIFIED COMMUNITY